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Adventist Entities in Northern California Provide Updates as Wildfires Draw Near: Inter-European Division News

Adventist Entities in Northern California Provide Updates as Wildfires Draw Near

Adventist Entities in Northern California Provide Updates as Wildfires Draw Near

In Deer Park, California, Foothills Adventist Elementary School’s original building (pictured here), the Haven Adventist Church Community Service Center, and many surrounding homes and businesses have been destroyed by the Glass Fire. Photo by Craig Philpott



September 29, 2020

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California, USA.

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Daniel Weber, NAD News.


Only a few weeks after being threatened by wildfires, the northern California communities of Angwin and St. Helena are again facing fires that have caused thousands of people in those communities

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Pandemic Pushes Steep Drop in Foreign College Students | Ohio News

By JOHN SEEWER and COLLIN BINKLEY, Associated Press

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Just two semesters short of earning a cybersecurity master’s degree in the U.S., Sai Naini is stuck in India, unsure what his future holds.

He rushed home this summer after learning that his father was in failing health after being diagnosed with COVID-19, making it to his hospital bedside only four hours before he died.

“He was emotional; he was in tears,” Naini said. “I was fortunate to see him. I think he was waiting to see someone who would take care of my mother, and then he

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No hospital? No problem: Nursing students go virtual

Level 4 nursing student Joshua Darden (left), who wants to be an emergency room nurse after graduating from GCU this week, couldn’t complete his clinicals in person because of COVID-19 sheltering-at-home mandates. But he and GCU’s other nursing students have been fulfilling their clinical hours online through virtual simulations.

By Lana Sweeten-Shults
GCU News Bureau

“I need 2 liters of blood … STAT!!!!” the doctor commanded as an ambulance siren wailed urgently in the background, the chatter in the emergency room buzzed, the heart rate monitor beep-beep-beeped, and the health care workers darted here and there.

Nursing students review

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Hospital partnership with college elevates employees | Local News

SALEM — North Shore Medical Center is using a partnership with an area college to change the lives of its non-English-speaking employees and help them build and elevate careers.

This fall, the hospital will celebrate two years of its in-house English as a Second Language (ESL) program. The program runs through a partnership with North Shore Community College and a grant from the state’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

The program has 30 hospital employees enrolled — mostly concentrated in the hospital’s hospitality and dietary departments, according to Yolanda Curet, a staffing specialist who handles talent acquisition in the

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UPDATE: Tests come back negative for Union College student quarantined at Barbourville, Ky. hospital for unknown illness | News

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A student at Union College was hospitalized Tuesday under quarantine after contracting an unknown illness.

That’s according to the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services. 

A college spokesperson sent the following statement to Kentucky radio station WRIL via email: “In an effort to be as transparent as possible, I did want to update you regarding this morning(‘s) rumors. This afternoon, Union College was notified by officials at Barbourville ARH that a student is currently in the emergency room under quarantine. An airborne illness has been ruled out by officials.”

Officials from the Centers for Disease

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